Clair County Commission aware of the problem. They are going to need to come in and partner with us, Funderburg said.

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Its a typical DGC golf hole. The final round of the 50th Hero Indian Open (7-10 November) and Siddikur Rahman , already wobbly on top of the leader board, is punched in the guts by the dog-leg 15th. The drama is taken in by a sizeable gallery, among them a group of grizzled DGC regulars. That was a five, says a checked shirt as the stunned Bangladeshi golfer taps in his putt. No, gan.. (a Punjabi term of endearment which translates into an important body part dealing with waste matter), says the tweed jacket. That was a seven. This is how you count your strokes as well, he pushes on. A hole later, Rahmans playing partner Shiv Shankar Prasad Chowrasia s ball is inadvertently stopped from rolling into further trouble by a club member who is not supposed to be standing where he has parked himself. Typical committee member, always wants to be in the spotlight, mumbles somebody from the opposite side, drawing guffaws from his neighbours. The DGC is unique. Its a heady mix of Punjabi, Mughal and Anglo-Celtic.

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